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Collector the420bandito private msg quote post Address this user
@Sagii Beautiful book!!! #5 + #10 are on my hit list. They just never come up for sale..and when they do I never win. Congrats!

Side note: I paid $1850 for that Church book back in 2012. I've paid a bit more for some others books in recent years but this is still my favorite.
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@the420bandito Thanks! Hear you on #10. What a toughie!!
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COLLECTOR earthshaker01 private msg quote post Address this user
@Sagii did I ever show you my Super-Mystery V1#1 in NM?
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@earthshaker01 you have posted it raw, but always a treat to see anytime you want to post it sir! Underrated book!
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Water tower peril...



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Water tower peril continued...



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@earthshaker01 you have posted it raw, but always a treat to see anytime you want to post it sir! Underrated book!
well if you've seen it I dont want to post the same book too often so for something completely different, here are a couple old high grade Four colors with a really mother of a goose.
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@earthshaker01 Beauties!
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Collector the420bandito private msg quote post Address this user
a few more reholders


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One of my favorite covers and oddly enough the only graded copy


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Edicáo Juvenil

Comico Colegial No.151

Published by La Selva, Brazil 1954

Artist: Jayme Cortez

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Frankenstein #1

Published by La Selva, Brazil

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Captain America trying to avert an oil crisis (Alex Schomburg cover)...


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...and the Human Torch causing one!


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OO

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@the420bandito You have some collection of Pedigrees. Almost an example from everyone?
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@the420bandito You have some collection of Pedigrees. Almost an example from everyone?


The original CBCS forum’s pedigree thread probably scrolled into obscurity and was archived long ago. I didn’t notice any sidebar pedigree tags.

There’ve been discussions about the new gold color CGC label and decision to include some previously unrecognized pedigrees, but maybe it’s time for a new thread focusing on provenance.

OK, I talked myself into it!
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@CatmanAmerica I remember. I started at least one of them here. High time to roll out another!
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Quote:
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@the420bandito You have some collection of Pedigrees. Almost an example from everyone?


That was my original plan - at least a book from each pedigree. I think I gave up on getting a Chicago book though.
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Quote:
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@the420bandito You have some collection of Pedigrees. Almost an example from everyone?


That was my original plan - at least a book from each pedigree. I think I gave up on getting a Chicago book though.


Never fear, the Chicago pedigree won't be neglected!

In fact, here’s a pre scanned copy sans label from my iPad...



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Four color #49 it awesome shape after all these years
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Collector KomicKazi private msg quote post Address this user
Gibi Mensal #142 "Grail"

Published by O Globo, Brazil april, 1940

Cover art: Bill Everett Marvel Mystery Comics No. 3/1940 - Timely Publications from page #1.

The Dawn of Timely Comics in Brazil.

First appearance of characters in this issue: Atlantes, Red Mask, Namor: The Sub-Mariner Prince.

Story's Included in this edition are:

a.) Characters:

Namor, The Submarine Prince
Screenplay: Bill Everett
Drawing: Bill Everett
Original editor: Martin Goodman

Originally published in Marvel Mystery Comics (1939) n ° 2/1939 - Timely Publications

b.)Characters:

Red Mask
Screenplay: Will Harr
Design: Maurice Gutwirth

Originally published in Daring Mystery Comics (1940) n ° 2/1940 - Timely Publications

c.) Characters:

Gong (The Clock)
Screenplay: George Brenner
Design: George Brenner
Original editor: Ed Cronin

Originally published in Feature Funnies (1937) n ° 14/1938 - Quality Comics

Historically important the very first Timely Comic in Brazilian History.

Thought to be the first complete International Edition of Timely Comics Globally outside the US.

Cover art and Interior complete story by Bill Everett.

Cover art: Bill Everett Marvel Mystery Comics No. 3/1940 - Timely Publications from page #1.

The beginning Internationally of the of Marvel Comics in the Foreign Comic market.

O Globo the single most important publisher in Brazilian history, and when is all said and done I feel the historians will state the obvious.

They were the Pioneers that brought history to the International market, with complete stories and original art of the Grand Masters.

Bill Everett and Carl Burgos among others.


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@KomicKazi
Great book. And a great write up.
Thanks for sharing it’s a important piece of history. A true comic museum piece. I would take a hi-res picture and frame it and display it.
As for the book (preserve) slab it and keep it out of the light.
If you must look/show inside, pictures are worth a 1000 words. 🖖
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Some good news during all this tomfoolery. The run is complete!!! Vicky 1-5 (1948) from Ace Periodicals. Made me wonder when was the last time these 5 books were together? I'm guessing in Edgar Church's basement. Only 1 sale on Ha.com and the census is almost non-existent

















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@the420bandito Major congrats! As someone who is a big collector of the publisher I know how tough completing this run is! I attempted but gave up. I am however almost done with another tough teen short run by Ace myself! Thanks for posting, bright spot in an otherwise gloomy time.
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Purchased this book last fall in the raw on Ebay. The colors just popped for me on this book.
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Collector circumstances private msg quote post Address this user
Hey guys. First post. I see a lot of familiar faces, and a lot of new faces. I guess all the topics are in the same forum over here? Going to have to look around and familiarize myself.
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